Blame my Mother, I do. Symbols on a map denoting a Menhir, Standing Stone, Tumuli, Dolmens or indeed any Neolithic site will have me making a detour. Often ending up wandering through dense undergrowth, muttering it must be here somewhere. Last summer we spent a very pleasant day, with my Mother, meandering round the byways of Northern Brittany with the sole aim of finding as many menhirs and dolmens as we could. We found this particularly fine specimen at Saint Uzec. It stands over six metres high and was erected sometime between 3-4,000 BC. At some point in the seventeenth century the carvings showing the Passion of Christ and the crowning crucifix were added.